Submit a report using this form to alert the 643Pest Network of new pest sightings in Hawaii. (and the 643-PEST telephone hotline) are services provided by the State of Hawaii to help direct pest reports to the appropriate responding agency working with the state on invasive species issues.

Provide as many details as possible to help us assess your report, including related images and location details (using the map below). If you are reporting an insect, try to preserve a physical specimen (frozen) for identification purposes. You will receive an email confirming the pest report submission. In addtion, a representative of the 643Pest Network may follow-up with you to clarify submitted information, acquire additional information or provide feedback. This report may be sent to a local invasive species expert for identification or referred to the responsible invasive species management agency if the pest is suitable for a response action. To submit a report by telephone, call 643-PEST (643-7378). Mobile device users can download and submit reports using the 643-Pest application.

If you have observed and are reporting a snake, contact the police at 911 immediately!
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1. The map will have automatically moved to the island chosen from the Island drop-down list above. If an island was not chosen or the incorrect island was chosen, please go back and make a new selection. Choosing an island is a mandatory step.

2. Use the map tools at left (Zoom In, Zoom Out, Pan) for help finding and zooming in to a desired area or location. Use the Geo-location Search box below to search for and zoom in to a specific geo-location (address, city, place name) in Hawaii.

3. To pinpoint the exact location of the pest sighting: a) click on and drag the red map marker to a particular location; or b) click on any particular location on the map to move the red map marker to that location. The coordinates (Latitide, Longitude) submitted with the pest report are shown in the boxes below and reflect the final position of the red map marker.